A set of screens confirmed to be from Creative Assembly's Alien: Isolation hit the net last night, Eurogamer reports. The game is said to a first-person stealth-and-horror fest that tells the story of Amanda Ripley, daughter of Ellen Ripley from the Alien film series.

Twentieth Centry Fox Film trademarked Alien: Isolation, just as it (unfortunately) did with Aliens: Colonial Marines. An Alien game from Creative Assembly has been in production since May 2011 at least, when the studio posted a job listing and Sega confirmed the project's existence. You heard and saw it here, folks: Alien exists.
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Alien: Isolation

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